Wednesday, 16 January, 2019

Here's what Sandra Bullock's monster from 'Bird Box' would have looked like

We Finally Know What The "Bird Box" Monsters Look Like!
Adrian Cunningham | 12 January, 2019, 04:12

"Took off my blindfold this morning to discover that 45,037,125 Netflix accounts have already watched Bird Box - best first 7 days ever for a Netflix film", Netflix tweeted.

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Though audiences never saw what the monsters in Bird Box looked like, designers who worked on the film have given us a peek at what one would have looked like in a scene that was cut from the film.

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Berholtz, a sculptor, says he made "three or four variations" of a monster that was meant to be seen by Sandra Bullock's character in the film.

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While we get a glimpse of drawings made by a character who saw the "monsters", for the most part they were left up to our imagination. "It was a green man with a horrific baby face". "Considering her pregnant state and emotional arc in the movie", the artist writes, "the producers felt Sandra's nightmare would have something to do with a twisted, demonic baby creature attacking her (that's as much as I could gather about the context of the scene anyway)". "It was snake-like, and I was like, 'I don't want to see it when it first happens".

As it turns out, though, Bird Box may have been a very different movie if not for a creative choice to keep the killer presence off-screen, because a behind-the-scenes shot of the design for the movie's would-be monster has been unveiled, and, well, take a look for yourself. "In the end, I actually really liked the movie and think it was better off not showing the makeup" he writes.

"It so easily becomes amusing", Bier told Collider. Ultimately, director Susanne Bier wisely chose to scrap the idea of seeing the creature and instead rely on the viewer's imagination to conjure up the horror of what several of the characters witness. Searching for hope and a new beginning, a woman and her children embark on a risky journey through the woods and down a river to find the one place that may offer sanctuary.

Since being released on Netflix on December 21, 2018, the movie has skyrocketed in popularity.